This year GoLab will go virtual for the first time, from October 19 to October 25, 2020. In this edition you will find talks and training sessions. Each talk will be divided in two independent parts of 20 minutes each.
The training session will be longer and focused on practical case studies. The training sessions will be composed of three independent parts of 60 minutes each. Each part will be further divided in 45 minutes of training and 15 minutes of Q&A
You can submit proposals on any subject among the following topics, or propose new ones related to the Go programming language world for subjects which are not listed. GoLab is open to any topic that is related to the Go programming language, but for this edition we picked out four main areas that we consider of particular interest for the conference participants.
The areas are Cloud, Patterns, Ecosystem and Devices. Proposals may be theoretical, or practical case studies. Cross-topic proposals are also welcome.
Here are the topics we have selected:
Tooling & libraries
Debugging & profiling
Bare metal, embedded & mobile
Go upstream contributions
Tools & practices for remote work
Besides the usual talks, we would also like to offer:
Tutorials (step by step intros to something)
Case studies (in-depth analysis of practical experiences)
If you work in these areas, you are an expert in a particular technology, or feel you can say something interesting on one or more of the topics listed above, go ahead: propose a talk!
If you’ve got a particularly interesting talk that doesn’t target one of the proposed topics, feel free to submit it anyway and we’ll be happy to consider it.